Village at Breckenridge renovation begins Monday |

Village at Breckenridge renovation begins Monday

Special to the DailyThis rendereing of the Plaza III building gives an idea of the new look coming to the village this year.

BRECKENRIDGE – An $18 million renovation of the Village at Breckenridge is slated to begin April 5.

The five buildings at the base of Peak 9 are to be improved with new roofs, decks, windows, doors, siding and railings, according to a press release from Tony Wait, general manager with the Village homeowner’s association.

Snowmelt systems and improved lighting are also to be among changes occurring by Dec. 15, when the project is expected to be completed.

“The project is funded by a special assessment of owners that ranges from $29,000 to $151,000 for residential units and up to $657,000 for the largest commercial unit,” Village association president Jeff Murrell said in the press release.

The Breckenridge Medical Clinic in the area is to close at the end of the current ski season and reopen for the 2010-11 ski season, according to the press release.

Access to the nearby chairlift and other Peak 9 amenities is to remain available with signage while the project is under way.

The Village HOA represents owners of 235 residential and 28 commercial units. Ground breaking on the project is scheduled for Monday at 4 p.m. at 535 South Park Avenue in the circle entry.

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